Tim Fodor, President of the Fodor Group of Companies announces that Michigan GeoSearch, Inc. (a wholly owned part of the Fodor Group) has made a significant oil discovery in Michigan. The principal offices are in Reno, Nevada.
RENO, NV, November 01, 2019 /Neptune100/ — The Buurma #1-36A located in Section 36 2N-R3E, Iosco Township, Livingston County, Michigan tested 740 barrels of oil per day on production testing. The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has an allowable limit of 100 barrels of oil per day in the region, therefore the production going forward will be limited as such. The Buurma #1-36A has been placed into production and is producing 100 barrels of oil and 20 mcf of gas per day.
Mr. Fodor, a Certified Professional Exploration Geo-Scientist, certified by American Association of Petroleum Geologists and the American Institute of Petroleum Geologists, has, has begun a very active exploration and drilling program in Michigan. The primary targets are Silurian-Niagaran Pinnacle/Patch Reefs that developed in the Michigan Basin approximately 450 million years ago. Michigan GeoSearch, Inc. intends to drill 2 more wells prior to year end and is planning a very aggressive drilling program in 2020.
Information and data covering many sophisticated, technical and complicated geo-sciences disciplines ranging from geological, geophysical, geo-chemical, petroleum engineering and reservoir engineering are just some of the tools used to find the reefs. Tim Fodor and Michigan GeoSearch, Inc. has developed significant expertise in all facets of oil and gas exploration, basin and reservoir analysis, reservoir stimulation and enhancement, geo-sciences acquisition and interpretation, primary and secondary production, production facilities, treatment facilities, gas transmission and compression, co-generation, full phase integration of all geoscience disciplines in order to discover new oil fields.
For more information about Tim Fodor, and Michigan GeoSearch, Inc. please email Tim Fodor at [email protected].